Couples Who Argue Are Happier, So There
3 monthes ago - By Scary Mommy
Fighting with your partner is the key to happiness
On Valentine's Day, those of us who have been with the same partner for years tend to feel a little, well, tapped out. Sometimes we get home with our beaten up, bottom-of-the-pile, grocery-store-purchased, stuffed purple “love crocodile” holding a card that says, “This Valentine's Day, I want to drag you to the bottom of my heart swamp,” and we think, What can I do from now on that's not this?
Well, according to science, you can keep the romance alive with nothing more than a good old-fashioned fight.
As it turns out, fighting about, let's...
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Are Nootropics The Key To Getting More Done This Year?
3 monthes ago - By Health Status
You have those days where you roll out of bed feeling full of energy and ready to start your day and then you have those days where you feel your productive levels are lacking and you just don't want to do anything on days like that. We all have them, but this where Nootropics come...
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